Aiden Markram must once again be handed the reins of national interest as the Boucher-era takes shape, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Senior contributors Craig Lewis and Wade Pretorius discuss the Proteas’ performance prior to the lockdown and whether AB de Villiers could still feature in national colours.
Five years ago today, the Proteas were on the wrong side of an epic World Cup semi-final as Johannesburg-born Grant Elliott stole the show.
Back on ‘home’ turf, former Proteas spinner Robin Peterson is bringing a new dynamic to the Warriors’ dressing room. He shares his view …
This is an edited extract from a new book, South Africa’s Greatest Bowlers: Past and Present by Ali Bacher and David Williams.
Wihan Lubbe starred in the 2019 MSL, struck 83 on debut for Durban Heat and will be key for North West and the Lions this season. We talk to him for more …
Proteas and Cape Town Blitz all-rounder George Linde has set his sights on the 2020 T20 World Cup squad.
The Proteas Women finally conquered England which comes as a major boost for their Women’s T20 World Cup, says Mignon du Preez.
The International Cricket Council has banned Oman player Yousuf Abdulrahim Al Balushi from all cricket for seven years after he accepted four charges of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
Lungi Ngidi has called for the use of technology to be introduced in a bid to rule out incorrect and potentially match-defining decisions out in the middle.
Tim Paine has taken Ben Stokes to task for encouraging his side’s fans to get involved in the game but then cry foul when another set of fans do the same.
He may have stepped down from his leadership role but Faf du Plessis still has an important role to play in the Proteas’ lineup, insists Quinton De Kock.
The first KFC T20 International between South Africa and Australia kicks off at the Bullring on Friday night and will be played in front of a sold out crowd.
David Warner and Quinton De Kock will resume their rivalry when Australia face South Africa but don’t expect a flare up of their tensions.
Joe Root and England are facing a problem of trying to fill their spinning berths for the upcoming tour to Sri Lanka.